2019 chevrolet silverado

Silverado sets high bar for tomorrow’s Ram launch

January 14, 2018 David Zatz 1

It’s unusual, but two brand new pickup trucks are being unveiled within just 24 hours of each other — the 2019 Silverado/Sierra 1500, currently the #2 best selling pickup in North America, and the 2019 Ram 1500, the #3 best seller. We’re still waiting to see what the Ram holds, […]

Chevy returning to medium-duty trucks

January 8, 2018 David Zatz 0

Chevrolet is returning to medium-duty trucks with new class 4 and 5 pickups, to debut at the Work Truck Show in early March. Generally, this type of truck is sold with extensive aftermarket customization, to commercial customers. While Ford dominates this segment, Ram has done well since launching new chassis […]

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Why GM car keys went in with the teeth down

January 8, 2018 Richard Henley 2

In the grand old days before we, and probably our fathers, were born, Chrysler locks were built by Yale and Ford locks were built by Hurd. These were the common design called “pin tumbler” locks; they were pretty much identical to the locks on houses. These locks work best with […]

Chevrolet SSR car review / test drive

October 9, 2005 David Zatz 0

Review Notes: 2005 Chevrolet SSR Automatic Unusual features Well-designed convertible hardtop; unusually well-done retro styling Above Average: Fun factor, instant acceleration from any speed Needs Work In: Daft cruise control, minor squeaks and rattles EPA gas mileage 17 city, 23 highway (automatic; manual is 16/26) but expect less   One of […]

SSRs – The Chevrolet SSR enthusiast site

November 25, 2003 David Zatz 3

The 2003-2006 Chevrolet SSR was fun to drive, but never recovered from the first price shock or relatively unexciting performance of the original engine. Some dealers could not even sell one SSR, though at first it looked as though people would have to wait for years to get one. They […]

Creation and development of the Chevy SSR

September 9, 2003 David Zatz 0

According to GM, the Chevy SSR traces its lineage to the vision of Wayne Cherry, Vice President of GM Design. The original idea was to explore how a heritage design theme might manifest itself in a truck, as opposed to cars where heritage designs abound. Working with GM Design’s Corporate […]